3 types of yoga students

3 types of yoga students

Type 1: Curious They are curious but not very sincere.

The students who came out of curiosity had a small learning goal. They were not trying to gain true knowledge, but just to see what yoga was.

Such people can never succeed, because they are full of curiosity and can’t focus their attention. Look east, west, follow different teachers, and waste their own profits.

What they have been doing is dispersing their energy.

  In ancient times, there was a philosopher.

Once, a student came to visit and he took the student to the implant and watched the farmer do things from a long distance.

The farmer had been digging the well, but stopped halfway, and went to another place, so he could not find the water source.

As a student, just like this farmer, do n’t search for famous teachers everywhere, or you should follow a teacher to study well. If you visit famous teachers just because of curiosity, you will not be successful in the second type of yoga: knowledge they holdCollecting information with an inquiring mind, maybe want to write something, their ideas are sincere, but they are only for collecting information, they are only involved in intellectual research, there is no inner enthusiasm and impulse, such students are good, but onlyA pursuit of knowledge and intelligence.

  The third type: students like the practice type have no desire to pursue. They are not students. They become disciples of yoga because they want to transform themselves. They want to get deep inner experience.

Whether they can succeed when they are fully focused and dedicated.

If you really want to be a good student, you should go all out. In this way, the door to experience may be open to you.

What is experience?

Many people give it a different name and call it Samadhi in yoga.

Samadhi allows you to fully integrate your personality.

When in complete balance, you can enter this joy, and nothing can disturb you unless you allow it.

  Learning from animals As a yoga student, you must understand why many of the names of yoga poses come from the postures of birds and beasts.

The basic theory of yoga asanas states that certain characteristics of lower organisms still lurk in our bodies, forming some obstacles in our personality, hindering the flow of life energy.

There are as many types of asanas as there are creatures, so when we imitate an animal to do asanas, the hindrance caused by the nature of this animal in our body can be removed.

Complete yoga asanas and even breath-adjusting methods can further help us eliminate the underlying nature of those lower organisms in the collective subconscious.

In addition, yoga theory believes that some of these instincts are good and some are bad, but now they are blocked and locked. We must open it to make your memories come alive.